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That’s Special Moment With Runaway June In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Maren Morris tells Country Living magazine that she’s not in a hurry to have children. “Eventually, we want children. But we’re not in any kind of hurry. What’s so great about my husband Ryan is that we’ve always talked about it in a really open way and neither of us has really shied away from that topic. For now, our sole focus is work.”

Justin Moore tells Billboard magazine that he’s never gotten used to being the center of attention. “I don’t think you ever necessarily get really used to people freaking out overseeing you or whatever, because I go home and my wife doesn’t cut me any slack. I’ve got to take the garbage out or, you know, so we live normal lives outside of somebody wearing your face on their shirt or coming up and wanting a picture or something.”

Chris Young tells Syracuse.com that his grandfather inspired him to learn the guitar. “My grandfather was a guitar player, and I loved watching him when I was a kid. Anyone that would talk to me, I would always ask them what the best thing I could do to be an artist. They told me to learn to write my own songs and learn how to play an instrument. I wasn’t a very good piano player, so I started playing guitar.”

Eric Church tells Guitar.com that The Grateful Dead’s Jerry Garcia was his biggest inspiration. “My biggest influence is probably one of the most underrated guitarists ever – Jerry Garcia. Not just with the Dead, but I’m also a fan of what he did in the Jerry Garcia Band circa ‘Old And In The Way’ era. Besides rock guitars, I’m a fan of guitars in more of a jazz styling and jazz influences, and Garcia was definitely a guy who incorporated that.”

Runaway Jane star Naomi Cooke tells People magazine that the girls knew they had something special the second they started writing together. “We started to write together and it was magical. Jennifer Wayne brought in Hannah Mulholland and we started writing the best things we had ever written. We knew there was something really special about what we had.”

Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley tells Pop Culture Country that he and his wife have had to adjust their lives since having a child. “I went from literally, me and my wife both, never waking up before 10 to waking up at six in the morning every morning and just getting used to it. It is what it is. It’s such a beautiful thing. It makes life so much more precious. It brought me closer to God than I thought I ever would be.”